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Could going vegan save the planet?

Once confined to tree-hugging hippies and inner-city hipsters, veganism is moving into the mainstream.

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Why wasn’t the ‘Yes’ vote higher?

While same-sex marriage advocates welcomed the “Yes” result, some expressed disappointment that support for a change in the law was not higher.

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Behind the voice of Nas Campanella

In a blue and white floral dress, complimented with teapot earrings, Nas Campanella stepped out of the taxi and walked with confidence, making friendly conversation.

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Internet kills the TV star

At the turn of the century Australians had limited choice when deciding what to watch. But less than two decades later, with Pay TV, streaming services and a multitude of online content, audiences are spoilt for choice.

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Video: Living the doof life

The term “bush doof” conjures up connotations of a field of drug-induced hippies dancing for days to throbbing music. But those on the inside tell a different story.

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A snow change for the better

Get a good education, get a stable job and live a good life. It seems idealistic, but it’s not for everyone. We all have different life aspirations, and for some, it’s not about chasing the dream – it’s about chasing the

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Proposed penalty rate changes

The proposed changes to the Sunday and public holiday penalty rates have worried many Australians working in the hospitality, fast food, retail and pharmaceutical industries. The cuts were announced on the 23rd of February by the Fair Work Commission and

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Tom Tilley – a voice for young people

I literally fell over when I heard Tom Tilley would be coming in to Macleay College. Although, by now, news of a respected journalist coming to talk to us shouldn’t shock me, it did. But this was different.

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Singer-songwriter wants all voices to be heard

Sydney musician Jack Colwell has released a song in honour of Tyrone Unsworth, the 13-year-old boy who took his own life last week after being bullied for his sexuality.

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